Where to Print
How to Print
Students may send a document to the print queues in Morris Library from any of the desktop computers located in the library, or from their own Apple device or Mac laptop. Sending documents directly to our print queues from a Windows laptop is not currently possible.
For step by step instructions for printing in Morris Library, see our Printing Information page.
Students receive a $5.00 free printing allocation each Fall and Spring Semester. For further details about printing fees, see our Printing Information page.
Who Can Print
University of Delaware Students
Many students’ UD ONEcards receive $5.00 as a free printing allocation every January and July. This free printing allocation does not purchase photocopies. After the free allocation is used, printing fees debit UD Flex accounts. Carry-over of unused free page allocation is not provided.
University of Delaware Faculty and Staff
UD students, faculty and staff can use their UD ONEcard to print by adding funds to their Flex account. For details, see how to use your UD ONEcard to print at Morris Library.
University of Delaware Retirees and Public Borrowers
Public borrowers and University of Delaware retirees may purchase and use Library Copy Cards for printing. Library Copy Cards are sold at the Student Multimedia Design Center service desk on the Lower Level and through a Value Transfer Station (VTS) machine on the first floor near the Circulation and Reserve service desk. Each Copy Card costs $1.00 and value may be added with cash using the Value Transfer Station (VTS) on the first floor.
Large Format Printing
Poster or other large format printing is available in Morris Library at our Student Multimedia Design Center on the lower level. For details about fees and how to request a large format print, see our Large Format Printing Information page.
Multiple scanners and BookScanners are available in Morris Library for all individuals, including public borrowers and UD retirees. Scanning is free. For details about scanner types, locations, and how to use, see our Scanning Information page.
Morris Library no longer has copy machines for use in public areas. To make a copy of a document, you may scan the document using our scanners, and then send the scan to a print queue using the instructions above.